Parts Suppliers

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  1. 77BlackLT

    77BlackLT New Member

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    Anyone have a preference for parts suppliers? I've been looking at Rick's Camaro, and at Universal...any help will be appreciated...
     
  2. CDesperado

    CDesperado Veteran Member Lifetime Gold Member

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    Ricks, Classic Industries, and NPD all have warehouses servicing the west coast. Wait for the 20% off sales! Large orders get free shipping sometimes too.

    Rock Auto and Summit are great for lots of things too.
     
  3. GanGanz81

    GanGanz81 Veteran Member

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    Classic NPD and FBody warehouse have all been great sources for me
     
  4. secondgenfan

    secondgenfan Veteran Member

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    I have used all of the above. I have also used people on the forum like CamaroDoc who has a ton of used parts. Not sure what you are looking for exactly but post it. Someone will have it.

    Most of the new parts I have purchased that I needed that were factory type parts I get from NPD. If i need a hose or misc. i use the other sources.
     
  5. grzewnicki

    grzewnicki Veteran Member Lifetime Gold Member

    A lot of stuff that Rick's and NPD carry is OER stuff (a sub company of Classic Industries). I signed up for Classic e-mail ads and kept an eye out for there 20% sales, combined that with ordering $500 or more and paid no shipping. Classic will eat you alive with shipping if you end up paying for it.
     
  6. reinhardt79

    reinhardt79 Veteran Member

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    NPD has been great for Camaro specific.
    Summit for performance parts.
    Inline Tubing for pre-bent stainless lines.
     
  7. CorkyE

    CorkyE Veteran Member Lifetime Gold Member

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    And depending on what kind of parts you're looking for. I've used a lot of the above mentioned vendors, no real problems with any of them. On my last suspension rebuild, I used Rock Auto, found them to be most reasonable with Moog replacement parts.
     
  8. onelapduster

    onelapduster Veteran Member

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    Ames Performance. Jegs, Speedway Motors. I check all of the suppliers and then Ebaymotors before making a purchase. Do your homework for the best bang for your buck!
     
  9. alan0043

    alan0043 New Member

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    Hi Guy's

    I am looking at the rally sport header panel for a '71 rs from Rick's Camaro. Does anyone know who reproduces this panel ( name brand of panel, Goodmark, AR, etc. ). If you replaced your panel with after market, how does it fit ? Who makes a good fitting header panel ?

    Thanks for any help,
    Al
     
  10. gary bickel

    gary bickel Veteran Member Lifetime Gold Member

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    I get a lot of things from firewheel classic in dallas they match almost any price. Where we got our header pane l and quarters and fender from all fit pretty good. Gary I have also found Car Shop in calif has the best prices compare them to others and you will see.
     

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